The United Diocese of Argyll and The Isles is one of the seven historic Dioceses of the Scottish Episcopal Church. With Cathedrals in Oban and on the Isle of Cumbrae, the Diocese extends from Iona as far inland as Glencoe and from Lewis and the Western Isles south to Kintyre and Arran. This breathtakingly beautiful region is covered by many Episcopalian churches, each offering a warm welcome with its own unique character.
Current Newsletter: Click to View
Vision for Mission: Diocesan 2015 Programme: Vision for Mission Pack
Diocesan Retreat 2015: Information & Application Form
Liturdi Albannach 1982 (Gaelic Liturgy 1982) – Full texts & sound recordings
Daily Prayer from the Scottish Episcopal Church provincial website
The Argyll and The Isles Diocesan Prayer Cycle is here
|Prayers for Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territorieson the 24th of each month
General Synod 2015 approved the Global Partnerships Committee motion that members of the Scottish Episcopal Church be encouraged join the Scottish ecumenical initiative, promoted by Christian Aid, in praying for Israel/Palestine on the 24th day of every month. This initiative was supported by a motion which called for the recognition and support of the Pope’s recent recognition of the State of Palestine and his call for reconciliation.
As well as praying as an individual and with others in your own church community you can join with others on the following dates and time shown below: